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Chocolate Hall

Now open, the Chocolate Hall is the final piece of the puzzle, concluding a four-year transformation of The Food Halls.

Sweet Gifts

Macaroons and chocolate gift sets

A paradise for sweet-toothed fans, the Chocolate Hall houses the finest chocolates beautifully packaged into perfect treats for loved ones.

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Chocolate boxes lining the walls of the Chocolate Hall

The Chocolate Hall

Witness the spectacle of the Harrods Chocolaterie where chocolates are chef-made live on site, or peruse collections from other leading world-class chocolatiers.

Chocolate Brands

  • Harrods Chocolate

    Harrods

    Harrods

    With a heritage as rich as its offering, boasting bonbons, chocolate bars, dipped confit fruit and luxurious hand-finished truffles, the Chocolate Hall is the number 1 chocolate destination for unparalleled chocolate craftsmanship.

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  • William Curley chocolates

    William Curley

    William Curley

    A pâtissier and chocolatier par excellence, William Curley creates chocolate truffles with the most incredibly inventive, seasonal flavours making each bite an indulgent experience of its own.

  • Pierre Marcolini chocolates

    Pierre Marcolini

    Pierre Marcolini

    Celebrated Belgian chocolatier is known for his pursuit of perfection when it comes to chocolate making, scouring the globe for the finest ingredients to create an exciting assortment of confections, as well as delectable macarons.

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  • Läderach chocolate slabs

    Läderach

    Läderach

    Swiss chocolate at its finest, Läderach has been operating since 1962 and is one of the few chocolatiers that makes its own cocoa mass, meaning it controls the superior quality of its delicacies from start to finish.

Booja Booja  |  Charbonnel et Walker  |  Godiva  |  Läderach  |  Le Bonheur  |  Love Cocoa  |  Neuhaus  |  Patchi  |  Pump Street  |  Rococo  |  To’ak  |  Venchi

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Say Hello to the New Icon

 

Our new paper bag has arrived. We have removed all plastic carrier bags from the store and replaced them with a 100% recyclable, and sustainably sourced paper bag, made from 40% recycled materials. The FSC® label on our new bags means that the paper is responsibly sourced, helping to take care of the world’s forests. We will also remove all carrier bags from our Food Halls and Gift Shop later this year, when customers will be invited to use their own bags or purchase our new bag for life.

 

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Explore the Chocolate Hall

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Location

Ground Floor, Harrods 87–135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge London SW1X 7XL

Chocolate Hall in the Food Halls

Opening Hours

Monday11am - 7pm

Tuesday11am - 7pm

Wednesday11am - 7pm

Thursday11am - 7pm

Friday11am - 8pm

Saturday11am - 8pm

Sunday11.30am - 6pm*

* browsing only 11.30am–12pm

Chef chocolatier spreading out chocolate

Chocolate Pioneers

Thirteen years ago, executive pastry chef Markus Bohr joined Harrods at a time when its chocolate selection was both good and broad but unrefined. It had come a long way from its early days of cocoa creations: according to our archives, the store first sold bars in 1870 and began making its own in-house in 1897.

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Witness the magic of each in-house creation at The Chocolaterie where our chefs make everything from fresh bonbons and indulgent filled bars to chocolate-dipped confit fruit, all in full view.

Chocolate slabs pilled up on top of each other

Chocolate Pioneers

Thirteen years ago, executive pastry chef Markus Bohr joined Harrods at a time when its chocolate selection was both good and broad but unrefined. It had come a long way from its early days of cocoa creations: according to our archives, the store first sold bars in 1870 and began making its own in-house in 1897.

As Bohr began his tenure, he was tasked with elevating the store’s status as a world-leading chocolate maker and purveyor, a mission that began with creating an exclusive couverture. Teaming up with a company called Cacao Barry, which at the time was a small business with a laboratory for making your own chocolate, Bohr created a flavour profile that would become the backbone of Harrods’ bonbons, bars and patisserie. Over time, he created four lines, officially known as Harrods Grand Cru Nos.1, 2, 3 and 4 – though he is quick to state a particular affection for No.3, a 72% dark that is enticingly bitter with notes of yellow fruit. “Our couverture is one of our pillars; part of our uniqueness,” he says. “It’s a fantastic chocolate, and the only place you can get it is at Harrods.” 

This year, Harrods is celebrating 150 years of chocolate with the much-anticipated opening of the Chocolate Hall. Naturally, it comes with the best of the best confectionery partners from all over the world: think William Curley, Pierre Marcolini and To’ak, to name but a few. And then there are all the enduring favourites: an unrivalled selection of chocolate-covered fruit and nuts (including additions like dark-chocolate- coated Amarena cherries); an array of hand-finished truffes; and the signature Harrods Gold Bar, made to a recipe unchanged for more than 20 years.
 
If your taste buds are already tingling and you just can’t wait, discover our range of world’s finest chocolate online.

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The Food Halls

Ground Floor, Harrods

87–135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL

Discover and devour the incredible tastes that have made our historic Food Halls enduringly popular – from sparkling seafood and exotic fruits, to signature sourdough freshly baked every day.

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